Data Sovereignty Compliance
How to achieve Data, Software and Operational Sovereignty
Data sovereignty is a subset of "digital sovereignty" which refers “to the ability to have control over your own digital destiny – the data, hardware and software that you rely on and create”. Given the awesome reliance of the modern enterprise on digital platforms, digital sovereignty encompasses a huge part of the key platforms, processes and services that make global businesses successful today.
In our latest eBook we describe how we can help enterprises achieve software, operational and data sovereignty with automated risk assessment and the centralized protection and control of sensitive data across cloud and on-premises systems.Get the eBook
When thinking about a successful cloud strategy, Thales sees data sovereignty as one of the 3 major pillars that support digital sovereignty objectives: along with operational sovereignty, and software sovereignty.
Why are these 3 pillars important? Organizations that take charge of their data sovereignty in the cloud will find it easier to migrate sensitive workloads to the cloud and manage.
The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) decision in the Schrems II ruling invalidated the EU-US Privacy Shield framework. Thales enables organizations to maintain GDPR data sovereignty compliance and adhere to the Schrems II ruling, using a trusted privacy framework for protecting transatlantic data flows that follow these overarching principles.
Thales announced a new collaboration with Google Cloud that will accelerate the ability of enterprises to safely migrate sensitive data between public cloud, hybrid and private IT infrastructures. Google Cloud customers can now maintain strong data sovereignty in the Google Cloud with encryption key visibility and lifecycle management.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) offers convenience and cost savings. However, for you to achieve data sovereignty in the AWS cloud, you need to follow security, privacy and compliance rules, as well as best practices, for protecting data. Thales advanced encryption and centralized key management solutions give you protection and control of in the cloud
Whether you are running on 100% Microsoft Azure, or a hybrid cloud, you still need to follow security best practices for protecting data and achieving data sovereignty in the Azure cloud. Thales solutions provide a number of solutions to protect sensitive data leveraging “Bring Your Own Encryption” (BYOE) or “Bring Your Own Key” (BYOK) methodologies.
This white paper describes how companies can adhere to the European Data Protection Board’s recommendations to address the Schrems II ruling, using the digital privacy framework provided by Thales’ data protection and trusted access management solutions.
In this webinar, the panel will discuss data transfers in a post-Schrems II and post-Brexit era and examine how the current rules and regulations for securing information and maintaining privacy will impact organizations that rely on global access to data.
This ebook shows how Thales data security solutions enable you to meet global compliance and data privacy requirements including - GDPR, Schrems II, PCI-DSS and data breach notification laws.
How can you ensure your sensitive data in the cloud is protected against malicious outsiders and insider risks? Together, Thales and Accenture can help you decide which security methods are right for your organization to meet global data privacy and sovereignty requirements.
Perhaps the most comprehensive data privacy standard to date, GDPR affects any organization that processes the personal data of EU citizens - regardless of where the organization is headquartered.
Any organization that plays a role in processing credit and debit card payments must comply with the strict PCI DSS compliance requirements for the processing, storage and transmission of account data.
Data breach notification requirements following loss of personal information have been enacted by nations around the globe. They vary by jurisdiction but almost universally include a “safe harbor” clause.
Data breach notification requirements following loss of personal information have been enacted by governments around the globe. They vary by juri...